The moment you become aware that you are getting frustrated.
- Take several deep breaths
- Reflect on where you are holding stress in your body
- Take several more breaths and release the tension from your body
- Refocus your thoughts
- Flip your frustration around and think of a different approach
- Take several more breaths, continue to calm yourself
- Forgive the frustration, release it
- Think of your best hope for that frustration
- Smile, continue to breathe
- Come from your new perspective to conquer your frustration
The power of the PAUSE!
Come along side me to encourage me to reach for the stars.
Come along side me to make me physically stronger.
Come along side me to love me through my imperfections.
Come along side me to show me understanding when things are difficult.
Come along side me to let me know you care.
Come along side me and forgive me when I am not at my best.
Come along side and share some fun and laughs.
Come along side me and explore what life has to offer.
Come along side me because you influence my life.
Come along side me….because life isn’t meant to do alone.
If you were granted three wishes what would they be?
To love unconditionally
To be healthy in body, mind and spirit
To forgive completely
Start with you…
If you really want to love someone, start with you. Love yourself unconditionally. Look into the mirror, into your eyes, and say “I love you!” Accept yourself fully. You are unique and have great purpose in this lifetime.
If you really need to forgive someone, start with you. Forgive yourself for all the thoughts and actions that might not have reflected your true self. Get a sheet of paper, write down the things you are sorry you thought, said or did. Release it all and forgive yourself fully.
If you really want to make a difference, start with you. Work on changing your thoughts. Your thoughts go out to the universe, what you put out there comes back to you. Guard your thoughts, think positive, loving thoughts. The way you think will change the way you live. When you change the way you live you will make a difference in the lives of those around you.
If you really want a healthier life, start with you. Evaluate your diet, incorporate exercise, and meditation. Stay with it, everyday. Exercise your willpower to make healthy choices. Don’t throw your power away by giving in to cravings, putting exercise off another day or deciding not to quiet your mind because you don’t have time. Make time for you!
If you really want to live on purpose, take action every day. Don’t let a day go by without doing the things you want to do.
Don’t quit….start with YOU!
Love and hugs,
Don’t underestimate your true potential!
How often do we place limits on ourselves? Why do we allow doubt and fear to rule our lives?
It starts with our words. Words are powerful. Words can build us up and in a blink of an eye they can tear us down, just like that!
What would happen if you really poured out all of the love you have stored up in your heart?
How would you feel if you released all bitterness and freely forgave everyone and everything in your life?
If you truly opened your mind to all higher thoughts and creativity that lays dormant in your brain, how would your life be different?
What if your world only knew possibilities and great achievement? Life would look differently, wouldn’t it?
We all came into this world overflowing with so much PURPOSE and LOVE. What will it take to change your vocabulary to include “I CAN, I WILL!” and truly believe it?
We all have potential that is hidden deep inside us like a treasure waiting to be found and realized. Why not set it free? Why not be everything you can be and embrace every challenge that is set in front of you as a time to shine?
Change your perspective, choose powerful words to move you forward!
Do not underestimate who you are…what you can do by releasing all of yourself to be free and truly believe it with your whole heart and soul!
Love and hugs!
We have all suffered hurt and pain from people in our lives, be it family, friends, co-workers, or whoever. I know have experienced and inflicted deep hurt and pain as a child, as a sibling, as a parent, as a friend, and as a co-worker. This deep-rooted pain is what trampled my self-confidence and caused me to question my self-worth.
Forgiveness doesn’t mean that what has happened to you is alright, but that you are willing to release the pain and bondage you feel to the people and situations that caused you so much pain.
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